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Chancellor announces more details about extension to the Furlough Scheme

May 30, 2020 Yesterday (29‌‌ May) the Chancellor announced more details about the extension to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), the key details being as follows:

Ending Furlough | What Employers Need to Know

May 21, 2020 With lockdown measures already relaxed in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and Scotland due to announce its plan to come out of lockdown on Thursday 21 May 2020, many Empl

Coronavirus Statutory Sick Pay Scheme

May 19, 2020 The coronavirus Statutory Sick Pay Scheme launches online on 26 May 2020, which will enable employers with less than 250 employees, or tax agents acting on behalf of employers

Furlough Scheme Extended to October 2020

May 12, 2020 The Chancellor Rishi Sunak has today announced the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) will be extended for four months, until the end of October 2020 but in doing so, he

Disciplinary & Grievance Procedures During COVID-19 Lockdown

May 07, 2020 In early May 2020, Acas published Disciplinary and grievance procedures during the coronavirus pandemic which states that existing employment law and the Acas C

Furlough Scheme: An Important Change to Eligibility for TUPE Transferees

May 04, 2020 On 30 April 2020, HMRC published another updated version of its guidance on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme which will directly affect the ability of employers who inheri

Is Employee’s Written Agreement to be Furloughed Required

Apr 21, 2020 On 17 April 2020, we highlighted that the latest government guidance made clear that, in addition to written confirmation by an employer, the employee’s agreement to be furl

Written Agreement is Needed to Qualify for CJRS Grant

Apr 17, 2020 The latest government guidance on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) now states that an employee can only be furloughed if the employer and employee have agreed in w